Pardon the dust

Best viewed with...For the first time in something like seven years, I’ve done some remodeling around here. The new layout should be more aesthetically pleasing as well as mobile-friendly, but I’ll leave you to be the judge of that.

The new theme is built on top of Bootstrap. Web fonts are provided via TypeKit; headers are set in Darden Studio’s Jubilat, while body text is set in Merriweather by Sorkin Type Co. More information about these faces is available on the colophon.

I tried not to break anything important, but you know how these things usually work out. If you find any bugs, please try not to hyperventilate while you figure out where to go on this Web site to find out how to tell me about them.

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A tightly crafted, expertly written novel that will both move you and challenge you

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A beautiful film that’s not nearly as good as you’ve heard

Book review: “The Revolution of Marina M.” (July 27, 2017)

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